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A "Gimme": The Burgerizza from the Atlanta Braves A "Gimme": The Burgerizza from the Atlanta Braves
SPOKANE, Wash. -

Opening day for Major League Baseball is coming up!

My prediction for the World Series? The Seattle Mariners, of course! This is the year! Just like every other year I say that. 

While it's hard to predict which team will win the World Series, it isn't hard to predict that sales of antacids near MLB ballparks will be peaking this Summer. You used to just be able to get some peanuts and Cracker Jacks. Now it's peanuts with Cracker Jacks, topped with chicken gravy that's been deep-fried in leftover marinara sauce from the 12-pound pizza hot dog the concession people served during batting practice. "Buy me some peanuts and Alka-Seltzer..."

A day at the ballpark can be just as good as a day at the State Fair if you're looking for interesting food combinations. 

Take a look through the slideshow above (MOBILE USERS CLICK HERE FOR SLIDESHOW), and see if you can guess which ballpark is selling the creative culinary conception. 

Do you have any crazy or unusual food items you've seen at games? Maybe over at Avista Stadium? Let me know on my Facebook page or Twitter.

Go Mariners! 

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